JuicePhone

Version: 2.4.1 || Release Date: 2013-01-05 || License: Freeware Developer: addPod | App Owner: addpod

Extracts your iTunes iPhone/iPod touch/iPad backups.

JuicePhone is the best way to turn your iPhone and iPod touch backups into a nutritious treat. While syncing your device, iTunes automatically backs up all of your data. JuicePhone is capable of extracting those backups so you can browse through your iPhone's data on your computer. This helps you save your notes and text messages, your downloaded songs from Tap Tap Revenge and other application-specific files - virtually all of your personal data. So go ahead and download JuicePhone: it's FREE and just as powerful as your kitchen juicer!

Features:
* Extract your iPhone / iPod touch backups and browse through your device's files.
* Mirror a backup's files instead of extracting them, which saves disk space and makes handling backups more convenient.
* Copy data from any specific application installed on your device.
* Find out information about your backed up devices, including their serial number and identifier.
* Easy-to-use and intuitive User Interface.
* 64-bit capable and optimized for multiple processor cores.
* Fully compatible with iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion, while retaining backwards compatibility.

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3 Opinions

Version 1.0.1 works perfectly for me in an Intel-based iMac (Dual Core, 2 GHz), running Mac OS X Leopard (10.5.5).

@ mfichtner: This has been fixed now in version 1.0.1 (pending review on iusethis right now). We couldn't try the app out in Leopard and figured it would "just run." It didn't, but now we talked to a few people and made it work...

Unfortunately, this doesn't seem to work. The software reports success even though it hasn't extracted a single file into the target directory.